Action Camp: Lessons Learned
Table of Contents
Anti-Oppression: Key Words
Fabric of Oppression
Levels and Types of Oppression: Examples
Organizing and Facilitation Tools
Starting a Diversity Committee in Your Co-op
Websites and Collectives
Books, Readings, and Publications
TABLA DE CONTENIDOS Contra la Opresión: Introducción El entramado de la Opresión - 2 Contra la Opresión: Palabras Claves - 3 Niveles y Tipos de Opresión: Ejemplos - 6 Ser un Aliado Qué es ser aliado? Lo básico. - 8 Superando el prejuicio de edad - 11 Ser un Hombre Aliado - 13 Ser un Heterosexual Aliado - 15 Ser Aliado de un Trans – 16
This is the packet that action campers receive prior to Action Camp to ensure a basic understanding of issues being discussed at Action Camp.
Examples of different types of oppression existing in society at the Individual, Cultural, and Institutional levels.
This is a 2007 study of housing cooperatives in the upper Midwest (in Madison, Chicago and Iowa City) entitled 'Housing Cooperatives and Health'. It aims to investigate the relationships between living in a housing cooperatives and tenant-shareholders' physical and emotional health. Questions and comments welcome. Contact Jeff Bessmer (email@example.com).
How To Start and Run A Diversity Committee In Your Co-op
These guidelines were created by 2007 Action Camp participants and are very adaptable for your co-op meetings.
An introduction to popular theater and Augusto Boal's "Theater of the Oppressed" (featured in NASCO's Anti-Oppression Action Camp)
An ally is a member of the "majority" group who works to end oppression in his or her personal life though support of and as an advocate for the oppressed population. This packet is full of action ideas and checklists for becoming a better ally.